|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Date Made:||399-300 BC|
|Outside Diameter:||27.4 cm|
|Other Number:||02-880 - Philadelphia Museum of Art Number|
A) Dionysos and seated maenad (or Ariadne?) Dionysos, at right, advances toward seated female at left. He is nude save for boots, calf-length, and for a garment draped over his left forearm, behind his back and down between his legs. A fillet binds his hair. A thyrsus leans diagonally against his right shoulder. A goose on the ground in front of him. The seated woman has no visible support. She is nude to the waist. Her lower body and legs are covered with a richly embroidered garment. Her body is directed to the left but her head looks back toward Dionysos. She holds a tympanum (?) in her right hand. Over her left arm is a thyrsus with a grape cluster. B) Satyr and maenad. Satyr at left advances towrd standing maenad at right. Satyr holds drinking horn is left hand. Maenad holds out phiale toward him. Heavily overpainted.
|[Book] Beazley, John D. 1976. Etruscan Vase Painting.. New York. Hacker Art Books. pg. 351 Type Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 299. For broad based stamnoi such as this see pp. 73-74.||View Objects related to this Type Citation|
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